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View from monument at Summit looking E. across Waterton or Chief Mountain Lake along 49th parallel. Yellow peak on left bears N. 30. E

Topographical Map of Memphis and Vicinity. Surveyed & drawn by order of Maj. Genl. W. T. Sherman under the Direction of the Chief Topl. Engr., Dept. of the Tennessee, by Pitzman & Frick, Asst. Topl. Engineers.

Map showing Approximate Position and Entrenchments of the Army of Miss. [along the Chattahoochee and in the vicinities of Marietta and Dallas and Kennesaw and Lost Mountains] Together with the respective positions occupied by Hardee's & Hood's Corps, Army Tenn., From May 25th to the 9th July 1864. Engineers Office, Army of Miss. Walter J. Morris, Captain, actg. Chief Eng'r. Fred. G. Gutherz, Del.

Galveston, Texas. . . Prepared by Order of Maj. Gen. N. P. Banks. Maj. D. C. Houston, Chief Engineers... Authorities, Coast Survey Charts [and] Reconnoissances by W. S. Long, Asst. Engr., in Decr. 1862, Giving information furnished by refugees, Apr. 15th, 1864. Drawn by H. Holtz.

Central Virginia showing Maj. Gen'l. P. H. Sheridan's Campaigns and Marches of the Cavalry under his Command in 1864-65, drawn and lithographed under direction of Brvt. Maj. G. L. Gillespie, U.S.A., Chief Eng., Mil. Div. of the Gulf, Oct. 1865. Authorities--Engineer Bureau, War Dept.

Camp Nelson and Its Defences, Jessamine Co., Ky. Surveys, made by order of Lt. Col. J. H. Simpson, Chief Eng., Dept. of the Ohio, during the winter of 1863 & 1864, under the direction J. R. Gilliss, Ast. U. S. Eng., by Messrs. R. Moore, F. T. Hampton, & C. Slayton.

No. 2. Siege Operations at Spanish Fort, Mobile Bay, by the U.S. Forces under Maj. Gen. Canby. Captured by the Army of West Miss. on the Night of April 8 & 9th, 1865. Drawn by order of Maj. McAlester, Chief Engineer, Army & Division West Miss., under direction of Lt. S.E. McGregory, Commanding Topographical Party.

Map of Tishomingo County, Mississippi. Compiled under the Direction of Col. George Thom, A.D.C. & Chief of Topl. Engineers, Dept. of the Mississippi.

Topographical Map of the Battle Field of Nashville, Tenn., 15th & 16th Dec. 1864. Prepared under the direction of Col. Wm. E. Merrill, 1st U.S.V.V. Engineers, Chief Engineer, Dept. of the Cumberland, By Major James R. Willett, 1st U.S.V.V. Engineers, Chief Inspector R. R. Defences, Dept. of the Cumberland. Surveyed by Chs. Peseux & John H. Willett, 1864-[186]5. Drawn by Chs. Peseux.

Atchafalaya Basin. Prepared by order of Maj. Gen. N. P. Banks. Henry L. Abbot, Capt. & Chief Top. Eng'rs., Feb. 8th, 1863 [with annotations pertaining to the campaign in April and May 1863].

Battlefield of Pleasant Hill. Surveyed and Drawn by Lt. S. E. McGregory By Order of Maj. D. C. Houston, Chief Engineers, D.O.G. [Department of the Gulf].

Map of Galveston, Texas, Showing the Rebel Line of Works. Surveyed and Drawn by order of G. L. Gillespie, Brevet Major and Chief Engr., Mil. Div. of the Gulf, Under the Direction of Lt. S. E. McGregory, Comdg. Topl. Party, by Pl. St. Vignes, Asst.

Map of Red River and the Country South [and east of Alexandria]. Surveyed under the direction of Capt. E. Gottheil, Chief Engineer, Dist. Wesn. La., Head Quarters, Engineer Department, Dist. Western Louisiana.

"Plate No. IV. Camp of the Right Wing, 13th Army Corps, on the Yocknapatafa [Yocona River], Decbr. 21st 1862. Surveyed under the Direction of 1st Lieut. Js. H. Wilson, Chief Topl. Engr."

Military Map, Baltimore Co., Md., compiled from the best Authorities and corrected by actual survey under the direction of Col. W. F. Raynolds, A. D. C., Chief Eng., 8th Army Corps. Drawn and Lithographed in the Office of the Chief Eng., 8th Army Corps, by Geo. Kaiser, Pvt., 10th N. Y. Vols., 1863.

Approaches to New Orleans. Prepared by order of Maj. Gen. N. P. Banks. Henry L. Abbot, Capt. & Chief, Top. Engrs., Feb. 14th, 1863

Map of the Battlefield of Champion's [sic] Hill, May 16th, 1863 ... Engineers' Office, Dept. of the Tenn., Capt. C. B. Comstock, Chief Engr. From Surveys by F. Tunica, Asst. Engr., and Sketches by Brig. Genl. A. P. Hovey & Capt. A. Hickenloper [sic]. Drawn by H. A. Ulffers, Asst. Engr.

Mobile and Vicinity. Prepared by Order of Maj. Gen. N. P. Banks; D. C. Houston, Major & Chief Engineer. July 1863. N. F. Hyer, C. E. F. D'Avignon, [and] B. von Reizenstein, Delrs. Photographed by Walter Ogilvie.

Map of the Kentucky Central Rail Road and Valley of Licking River from Benton Sta. to Lexington, Ky., 80 miles, Showing all the important Bridges and their Defensive Works. Surveyed under the direction of Maj. J. H. Simpson, Chief Engr., Department of the Ohio, by G. A. Aschbach, Asst. U. S. Engr. Sketched and Platted Under the direction of Capt. T. B. Brooks, Vol. Engrs., By A. B. Miller, Asst. U. S. Engr.

State of Louisiana showng Theatre of Operations of the Forces under command of Maj. Gen. Banks during the months of March, April, May, June, and July and ending with the Reduction of Port Hudson, July 8th, 1863. Prepared by Order of Maj. Gen. N. P. Banks; D. C. Houston, Major & Chief Engineer. August 1863. Drawn by B. von Reizenstein. Photographed by Walter Ogilvie.

Map of the Siege of Vicksburg, Miss., By the U. S. Forces Under the Command of Maj. Genl. U. S. Grant, U. S. Vls., Maj. F. E. Prime, Chief Engr. Surveyed and constructed under direction of Capt. C. B. Comstock, U.S. Engrs., and Lt. Col. J. H. Wilson, A. I. Genl. 1st Lt., Engrs....Drawn by Chs. Spangenberg, Asst. Engr.

Sheet No. 1. Map of the Battle Field of Chickamauga, September 19th, 1863, Between the United States Forces commanded by Maj. Gen. W. S. Rosecrans and the Confederate Army under Gen. Braxton Bragg. Compiled under the direction of Col. W. E. Merrill, Chief Engr., Dept. of the Cumberland, by Edward Ruger...Published by authority of the Hon. Secretary of War in the Office of the Chief of Engineers, U. S. Army.

Map of Country in Vicinity of Brown's Ferry. Made to accompany report of Brigadier General Wm. F. Smith, Chief Engr., Department of the Cumberland. Drawn at Topl. Engineer Office, Head Qs., Army of the Cumberland, Chattanooga, Nov. 5th, 1863, by C. S. Mergell

Map of the Shenandoah & Upper Potomac Including Portions of Virginia, [West Virginia], and Maryland. Compiled from Surveys made under the Direction of 1st Lieut. John R. Meigs, U. S. Engrs., Chief Engineer Dept. West Virginia, and from other reliable authorities, 1864.

Coast of Texas and Its Defences. Capt. Tipton Walker, Chief of Topo-Bureau of Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona, drawn by P. Helferich, Asst. Engr., 1864.

Map Showing the Army Movements around Chattanooga, made to accompany the Report of Maj. Genl. U. S. Grant, by direction of Brig. Genl. Wm. F. Smith, Chief Engr., Mil. Div. Miss. [Surveyed] and drawn by H. Riemann, 44th Ills. Vols. [and dated] Topogr. Engr. Office, Hd. Qrs., Army of the Cumbd., Chattanooga, Jan. 4th, 1864.

Eastern & Central Texas, Prepared by Order of Maj. Gen. N.P. Banks. Major D.C. Houston, Chief of Engineers, Feb. 1864 . . . F. D'Avignon, B. v. Reizenstein, Delns.

Map of Part of Hatteras Island. Made under the Direction of Capt. F. U. Farquhar, Chief Engineer, Dept. of Va. & N.C., by Solon M. Allis, Co. K., 27th Mass. Vols.

Map of 1st Distrt., Campbell Co., Georgia, South of the Cherokee Boundary Line. Compiled under direction of Capt. W. E. Merrill, Chief Topl. Engr., D. C., by Sergt. Finegan from the notes of a captured Rebel Engineer & State map (south of the Chattahoochee Riv.)...Autographed & printed in the field. Chattanooga, May 23d, 1864.

Line of Investment of Fort Gaines, Dauphine Island, by Maj. Genl. g. Granger's Expeditionary Corps, Aug. 1864. Capt. M. D. McAlester, U.S.E, Chief Engr., [and] Capt. J. C. Palfrey . . . 1st Lt. A. H. Burnham . . [and 1st Lt. C. J. Allen, U.S.E., Assistants. Drawn by Ch. Spangenberg, Asst. Engr.

Pensacola & Vicinity. Prepared by Order of Capt. P. C. Hains, Act. Chief Engineer, [Department of the Gulf], Under direction of Lt. H. C. Prevost, Adjt. Compiled from Maps & Information obtained by C. D. Elliot, Asst. C. E., Major D. C. Houston, Chief Engineer of Dept. Litho. by Lt. McGregory; transferred and printed by W. Probert, August 1864.

Plan of Siege Operations Against Fort Morgan by the U.S. Forces, under Maj. Genl. Gordon Granger, Aug. 1864. Capt. John C. Palfrey, Corps of Engrs., Lt. A. H. Burnham, [and] Lt. Chs. J. Allen, Corps of Engrs., in charge of works. Surveyed and Drawn by Capt. W. H. Wheeler [and] Lt. S. E. McGregory, Co. A., 96 U.S.C.I. Engr. Troops. Litho. in the Office of the Chief Engineer, Dept. of the Gulf.

Stevenson, Ala., Showing the Defenses of the Post erected after Plans of Col. Merrill, Chief Engr., D[epartment of the] C[umberland]. By Major P. V. Fox, 1st Mich. Engr's. Surveyed & Plotted by 1st Lieut. C. A. Ensign, 1st Mich. Engr's. September 1864.

Battlefield in front of Franklin, Tennessee, where the United States Forces commanded by Major General J. M. Schofield severely repulsed the Rebel Army under General J. B. Hood, November 30th, 1864. Compiled under the Direction of Col. W. E. Merrill, Chief Engr., D. Cd., by Edward Ruger, Supt., Topl. Engr. Office, Milty. Divn. Tenn....Surveys made by Major James R. Willett, 1st U.S.V.V. Engrs., and Major I. J. S. Remington, 74st Illinois V. V. Infy.

Map of the Battlefield of Wilson's Creek, Mo. Wm. Hoelcke, Captain & Addl. A. de. C., U.S.A., Chief Eng., Departt. of the Mo. [Dated] Hd. Qu., Departt. of the Mo., St. Louis, 1865.

No. 4. Map of the Defences of the City of Mobile. Drawn under the direction of Lieut. Col. V. Sheliha, Chief Engr., Dpt. of the Gulf [Confederate].

Plan [and cross sections] of Fort Fisher carried by assault by the U.S. Forces commanded by Maj. Gen. A. H. Terry, Jan. 15, 1865; surveyed under the Direction of Bvt. Brigadier General C. B. Comstock, Chief Engineer, by Otto Jul. Schultze, Private, 15th Rgt., N.Y.V. Engineers.

Map No. 1. Rebel Defences, Mobile, Ala., occupied by Union Forces under Maj. Gen. E. R. S. Canby, Comdg., April 12th 1865. Drawn by order of Maj. McAlester, Chief Engineer, Army and Div. West Miss., Under Direction of Lt. S. E. McGregory, Comdg. Topographical Party.

Map of the Washington and Alexandria Railroad and its Connections with the Baltimore and Ohio, Loudon and Hampshire, and Orange and Alexandria Railroads. Compiled and Drawn at the Office of Chief Engineer and General Superintendent, U. S. Mil. R. Rds. of Va., Alexandria, Va., May 1865, By W. M. Merrick, Draughtsman.

Military Railroad Map of City Point, Va., Principal Terminus of City Point and Army Railroad Line and Base of Armies Operating Against Richmond. Drawn at Office of Chief Engineer and General Superintendent, Military Railroads of Va., Alexandria, Va., June 1865, From Actual Survey by Wm. M. Merrick Engineer and Draughtsman.

Headquarters of Maj. Genl. Augur, Including Offices of Provost Marshal, Commissary of Musters, Chief of Ordnance and Printing. Washington, D.C., Sept. 1st, 1865. [Ground plan of the buildings located at the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and Fifteenth and a Half Street, North.]

Map of Jefferson City, Mo., and Vicinity, showing the line of defenses. Wm. Hoelcke, Captn. & Addl. A. de. C., U.S.A., Chief Engl., Departt. of the Mo.

Military Map of Cape Girardeau, Mo., and Vicinity, Showing the location of the Forts. Wm. Hoelcke, Captn. & Addl. A. de. C., U.S.A., Chief Eng., Departt. of the Mo.

Rebel Defenses of Galveston and Vicinity, Surveyed and Drawn by order of G. L. Gillespie, Brevet Major & Chief Engineer, Miliary Division of the Gulf, Under the Direction of Lt. S. E. McGregory, Comdg. Topl. Party, Oct. 1865.

Map of the Rebel Lines at Raleigh, N.C., Evacuated April 13th, 1865, upon the approach of the Army commanded by Maj. Gen. W. T. Sherman, U.S.A. Reduced under the direction of Capt. O. M. Poe, Corps of Engineers, Bvt. Brig. Gen., U.S.A. & Chief Engineer, Mil. Div. Miss. From captured Rebel map. B. Drayton, Draughtsman.

Colonel W. C. Gorgas, Chief Sanitary Officer, and His Office Force

Before Completion of Home of Levi Eagle Chief

Chief Justice Clabaugh

General V. Winterfeldt, Chief of the German Armistice Commission in Spa, Belgium

Naval Radio Station, Fire Island, New York, Chief Operator's Quarters, Contract 2237

Decorations - Presentations - American - A French Officer decorating Piatte Andrew, Chief of the American Ambulance Corps with the Legion of Honor. This picture was taken in the Marne district

Boy's Activities - Junior Naval Reserve - Camp Dewey, Conn. - Junior Naval Reserve. Camp Dewey Cadets out lining Chief Uncas' Old Indian Trail

Ceremonies - Liberations - Military Weddings - Marriage licenses for returning soldiers and prospective brides censored in New York City. Numbers of returning soldiers applying for marriage licenses upon arrival in New York, causes Provost marshal to detail officer to question all soldiers and their brides-to-be, who appear at License Bureau for necessary papers. Corp. Verne U. Ireland and his sweetheart, Margaret Colligan, convinced Capt. Don Monteith, provost officer and Chief Clerk P.J. Scully, that theirs is a pre-war romance

Ceremonies - Liberations - Military Weddings - Military wedding at Pelham Bay Naval Training Station, Pelham, New York. The Pelham Bay Naval Training Camp had its first wedding when Grace Franklin, daughter of Commander and Mrs. William S. Frranklin, became the bride of Lieut. Wm. Murray Black, Jr., U.S.A., son of Major Gen. and Mrs. William Murray Black, Chief of engineers. Miss Franklin's father is commandant of the Pelham station. The Rev. Lea Luquer, D.C., of St. Mathew's Church, asisted by the Rev. McVicker Haight, camp chaplain, officiated. Lieut. William Murray Black, Jr. and his bride

Airplanes - Historical - Launching of the "Langley" First Handley Page Bombing Plane built in the U.S. The Langley was built by the Standard Aircraft Corporation, Elizabeth, N.J. and launched on the flying field of the Co. Maj. Gen. Wm. L. Kenly, Chief of Air Service, speaking

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Commission to Archangel sailed Aug. 25, 1918, under direction of Major C.T. Williams; Deputy C. commissioner Major W.D. Kirkpatrick; Chief Medical Officer on S.S. Ascutney, which was loaned by U.S. Government to Red Cross

Armor - Armor - M. Tachaux, Armoer in Chief of Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Airplanes - Historical - World's fastest planes fly in great New York - - Toronto Return Aerial Contest. At the drop of a handkerchief by Major General Menoher, U.S.A., Chief of the Air Service, the U.S. entries "hops off" from Mineola, L.I., while simultaneously the Canadian contestants took the air at the signal from the Prince of Wales. The distance to be covered is a round trip, the contestants returning to the original starting point, a distance of 1042 miles. Prizes ranging from $10,000 down are offered, and the rivalry is keen, as all makes and types of aircraft are entered. Captain Donaldson, U.S.A., at Mineola ready to "hop off" for Canada

Ceremonies - Liberations - Military Weddings - Military wedding at Pelham Bay Naval Training Station, Pelham, New York. The Pelham Bay Naval Training Camp had its first wedding when Grace Franklin, daughter of Commander and Mrs. William S. Frranklin, became the bride of Lieut. Wm. Murray Black, Jr., U.S.A., son of Major Gen. and Mrs. William Murray Black, Chief of Engineers, Miss Franklin's father is commandant of the Pelham Station. The Rev. Lea Luquer, D.D., of St. Mathew's Church, assisted by the Rev. McVicker Haight, camp camplain, officiated. Photo shows the bridal couple coming through the arch of swords

Boy's Activities - Junior Naval Reserve - Camp Dewey, Conn. - Junior Naval Reserve. Camp Dewey, near New London. Landing of old Chief Uncas also achorage of famous chain crossing Thames during War of 1812

American Red Cross - Groups - Red Cross Officers in France. First row: (left to right) Mrs. Rits Harnsberger, chief requisition clerk; Miss E.O. Adams, Asst. to Dir. Woman's Bureau; Stephen C. Millett, Dir. Dept. of personnel; Frederick P. Kinig, counsel; W.E. Belknap, assoc. dir.; 2nd row: Miss Ethel S. Sparks, Chief tranp. clerk; Mrs. B. Rees, chief cable clerk; Mrs. Bernard P. Miller, chief route clerk; J.C. Livingston, assoc. counsel; S. Hinman Bird, assoc. dir.; H. Campbell Graef, assoc. dir; 3rd row; Miss Alice E. Sullivan, file clerk; Miss Olive M. Lamb, div. inf. clerk; R.H. Davis, assoc. dir.; C.B. Merriam, assoc. dir.;K. Michel, assoc. dir.; F.A. Poor, assoc. dir.; Wm. France Anderson, assoc. counsel; Mrs. C.A. Roberts, complaint clerk; M.S. Breckinridge, cousel, loyalty bureau; Mrs. Ethel L. Fisher, chief clerk; S.G. Etherington, assoc. director

American Red Cross - N thru W - A.R.C. Personnel. Miss Julia Stimson, formerly Chief of American Red Cross in France, appointed Chief Nurse of Army Nurse Corps of A.E.F. to take effect early in November, 1918. Miss Stimson was wit British forces before coming to the A.R.C. A graduate of Vassar before the war she held position of Superintendent of Harlem Hospital in New York City, and afterwards had charge of Department of Nursing and Social Service in Washington University, St. Louis, MO

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Workers. Left to right, Miss Harriette S. Douglas, Dir. of Bureau of Nurses' Aids; Miss Katrina Hertzer, Navy Nurse; Miss Anna Reeves, Chief Clerk, Nursing Service; Miss Jane A. Delano, Dir. Dept. of Nursing; Miss Clara D. Noyes, Dir. Bureau of Field Nursing; Miss Elizabeth G. Fox, Dir. Public Health, Nursing Service; Miss Alva A. George, Dir. Bureau of Dietitian Service

Ceremonies - Liberations - Military Weddings - Military wedding at Pelham Bay Naval Training Station, Pelham, New York. The Pelham Bay Naval Training Camp had its first wedding when Grace Franklin, daughter of Commander and Mrs. William S. Frranklin, became the bride of Lieut. Wm. Murray Black, Jr., U.S.A., son of Major Gen. and Mrs. Wm. Murray Black, Chief of Engineers. Miss Franklin's father is commandant of the Pelham station. The Rev. Lea Luquer, D.D., of St. Mathew's Church, assisted by Rev. McVicker Haight, camp chaplin, officiated. General view of the luncheon in progress

American Red Cross - Canteens - The Chief Cook and two of her Russian helpers in the A.R.C., line of communication canteen at Dijon, preparing lunch

Boy's Activities - Junior Naval Reserve - Other Camps - U.S. Jr. Naval Reserve. When U.S.S. Texas was in N.Y. Harbor: Captain Victor Blue, now Chief of Bureau of Navigation, addressing Jr. Naval Reserve Cadets at New York City Training Station, at their Armory in National Headquarters, 218 W. 58th Street, New York City

American Red Cross - N thru W - Prominent American Woman, War worker in France. Mrs. W.K. Vanderbilt, Chief of Canteen Personnel of the American Red Cross

Ceremonies - Lafayette Day, 1918 - Chaplain of "Blue Devils" speaks at Lafayette Day Celebration. Rev. G.B. Cabanel, Chaplain in Chief of the famous French "Blue Devils" Regt. Speaking at Lebanon, Conn., on the occasion of the Pilgrimage of Gov. Marcus H. Holcomb of Conn. to the home of the first War Governor in Lebanon, to commemorate the 161st anniversary of the birth of Lafayette

American Red Cross - N thru W - Mrs. W.K. Vanderbilt, Chief Canteen Personnel, A.R.C

American Red Cross - I thru M - Major Grayson H.P. Murphy, American Red Cross Chief in Europe

Airplanes - Historical - Handley Page Bombing Plane; Type built to fly across the Atlantic. The new Handley-Page bombing airplane built by the Standard Aircraft Corporation, Elizabeth, N.J., which is of the type constructed to be able to fly to the fighting zones across the Atlantic. The plane is driven by twin Liberty motors 400 H.P. each, and has passed all the government tests. The new machine was driven by Lord William Simphill, of the British Service, accompanied by Major General William L. Henly, U.S.A., Chief of the Department of Military Aeronautics

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - Opening day at the new American Red Cross Club Canteen at Winchester; The Morn Hill Camp at Winchester is now principal British Repatriaton Camp and more than 15,000 Americans who have been serving in British Army will pass through it during next 8 months, on their way home. British and American Officers in command of the big Camp. Miss Lillian Baldwin of Lakewood, N.J., who is in charge of the Club Canteen is standing next to Maj. Gen. MacPherson the British Command in Chief of the Repatriation Camp. Next to him is Col. G.R.G. Fisher of St. Paul, Minn. who is in charge of American Red Cross work in the Winchester District

Ceremonies - Liberations - Military Weddings - Military wedding at Pelham Bay Naval Training Station, Pelham, New York. The Pelham Bay Naval Training Camp had its first wedding when Grace Franklin, daughter of Commander and Mrs. William S. Frranklin, became the bride of Lieut. Wm. Murray Black, Jr., U.S.A., son of Major Gen. and Mrs. Wm. Murray Black, Chief of Engineers. Miss Franklin's father is comandant of the pelham station. The Rev. Lea Luquer, D.D., of St. Mathew's Church, officiated. In the group are Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Black, Lieut. and Mrs. Wm. Murray Black, Jr., Commander and Mrs. Wm. S. Franklin

American Red Cross - Groups - American Women's Hospitals Unit of American Red Cross who sailed on the "DUCA D'AOSTA" Feb. 15, 1919. Left to right: Doctors Marjorie Burnham; Katherine C. Cook; Sara Foulks; Alberta Greene; Marion Stevens (dentists); Lula Hunt Peters; Harriet M. Gervais; Mary H. Elliott; Marie Hyndman (dentist); Nell Bartram; Dora E. Bowman (Chief of the Unit). This unit is going to Serbia to assit the Red Cross there in combating sickness and disease that is ravishing the land

American Red Cross - In the Zone of Advance - Activities - The Chief Cusinier in the Canteen shed at the American Red Cross line of communication Canteen at Dijon preparing luncheon for a host of expected arrivals

Ceremonies - Liberations - Military Weddings - First war bridge to be brought to the United States. Chief Petty Officer has the honor of being the first American boy to bring home a war bride to America. His wife who was Marie Louise Goasumpis is living her husband's parents while he is in the service

Airplanes - Types - Standard Aircraft Corporation, Elizabeth, N.J. Standard Model H 3, elementary training plane, type not used. Chief engineer Chas, H. day in photo

American Red Cross - N thru W - American Red Cross Personnel. Capt. Fletcher Steele, former Chief of the Bureau of Photography, American Red Cross

Ceremonies - Ohio - Peace Day in Cincinnati, Ohio. Chief of Police Copelan heading Armistice Parade

American Red Cross - E thru H - Chief nurse for American Red Cross in Great Britain. Miss Carrie M. Hall of Boston, Mass., at her desk in Red Cross Headquarters, 40 Grosvenor Gardens, London, England. Miss Hall, who now has charge of all the American Red Cross nurses in the British Isles, had charge of the so-called Harvard Unit, which arrived in London in 1917 and was transferred to take over a large base hospital in the British Army zone in France. She formerly was superintendent and principal of the Nurses' Training Schoo in the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston, and is a graduate of Columbia University, New York

American Red Cross - I thru M - Miss Leete, Chief Nurse, American Red Cross Military Hospital No. 5, at Auteuil. Miss Leeete is from Cleveland, Ohio

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Chief Petty Officer Callahan and guard company in front of Austin Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Ceremonies - Bastille Day, 1918 - Ceremonies at Statue of Jean D'Arc on Bastille Day, N.Y. City. A large and enthusiastic crowd gathered about the statue of Jean d'Arc, New York City on Bastille Day to do homage to that heroine and the cause of her people. Speakers paid tribute to the courage and ideals of the French people, the Marseillaise and Star Spangled Banner were sung. The Reverand Ganon Gilles B. Cabanel, Chaplain Chief of the Famous Blue Devils made a short address. Paul Bartlett, officer of the Legion of Honor, is speaking

Boy's Activities - Junior Naval Reserve - Camp Dewey, Conn. - Junior Naval Reserve. Camp Dewey Parade Ground. Chief Uncas, "Last of the Mohicans" lived on the distant hill

American Red Cross - "Second Aid" - Big Chief Henry of the Chippewa tribe from Michigan, enjoying a piece of chocolate brought by the Red Cross, France

American Red Cross - N thru W - Chief nurse in American Hospital in England. Miss Mattie Washburn of Fort Ann and Albany, N.Y., is the Chief Nurse at the big American hospital, Portsmouth, England. The hospital is staffed by a medical and nursing unit from Albany, N.Y

American Red Cross - E thru H - American Red Cross in Russia. Dr. Gill, Chief Surgeon S.S. Brooklyn, working for the American Red Cross in caring for Czecho wounded

List of USS Arkansas Chief Petty Officers

Photograph of the Port View of the SS Eastern Chief

Photograph of the Fore Side of the Bridge of the SS Eastern Chief

Photograph of the Starboard View of the SS Eastern Chief

Glen Shope, Chief Irrigator

Descendents of Old Chief Red Shirt and Chief Two Bulls

House of "Jennie Little Chief"

House of "Chief Eagle"

Driving Retraining Course (Chief of Police)

Farming (Fourth Generation of Original Chief Red Cloud)

Chief Red Cloud

Photograph of GSA Chief Lawson B. Knott's Retirement Ceremony

Photograph of Retirement of Bernard R. Kennedy, Chief Federal Register Division, National Archives and Records Service

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